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    Welcome to 5th grade!!!

    This year we will be learning about everything from body systems to ecosystems.  We will be reading many exciting books, such as Thunder Rolling in the Mountains and The River Between Us.  We are going to have a blast learning how to apply math to our lives.  There will be lots of hands-on activities and active learning!  We are going to have a great time learning together!

    • TalkingPoints

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      Please download the TalkingPoints app to your phone.

      TalkingPoints is a free application that lets you communicate with your children’s teachers and school. You will be able to send and receive messages through this application in your preferred language, because TalkingPoints will translate your message into English for teachers. Stay engaged and involved in your child’s learning by communicating and collaborating with their teacher and school using TalkingPoints!

  • Daily Schedule



    7:15 - 7:30 Hall Duty

    7:30 - 8:00 READ

    8:00 - 9:25 ELA

    9:25 - 10:50 Math

    10:50 - 11:20 Hive

    • Monday and Tuesday: Reading
    • Wednesday and Thursday: Math
    • Friday: Progress Monitoring 

    11:25 - 11:55 Lunch

    12:10 - 12:40 Recess 

    12:40 - 1:40 Science and Social Studies

    1:45 - 2:25 Specials 

    2:25 - 2:32 Pack up and Dismissal

    • Nightly Homework

      Homework Notebook

      • Reading Practice: Every night your child should read his/her assigned book.  This is important to help your child's growth as a reader.  Please sign your child's reading log after he/she has read at least 30 minutes.  Your child needs to read Monday through Thursday, but they are encouraged to read every day.  
      • Any unfinished class work: Any work not finished in class will need to be completed and sent to school the following day.


      Occasionally, there will be short math or reading worksheets sent home to complete or science flashcards to study for homework.

  • Supply List

    colored pencils

    Book bag (no rolling bookbags, please)

    3 subject notebook- science

    1 subject notebook- SS

    2-1 inch binders- math and wit and wisdom

    4 glue sticks

    4 expo markers

    2 mr. clean erasers 

    crayons or colored pencils (twistables are preferred)

    multiple colors highlighters (pink, blue, yellow, orange, green)

    individual pencil sharpener 

    mechanical pencils

    lead for mechanical pencils

    pencil box

    zipper pouch


    post-its/sticky notes

    2 packs loose leaf paper

    4 packs index cards




    Wish List

    ziploc bags- any size

    Clorox wipes

    dum-dum suckers

    smarties candy

    •  Important Dates 

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      August 25, 2022 Fifth Grade Orientation 5-7pm floating

      August 29, 2022 First Day of School

      September 5, 2022 Labor Day (No School)

      October ????, 2022  Fall Pictures 

      October 31, 2022 Class Halloween Party

      November 8, 2022- Professional Development for Teachers (No School)

      November 11, 2022 Veteran's Day (No School)

      November 23-25, 2022 Thanksgiving Break (No School)

      November ???? , 2022 Christmas Pictures and Fall Makeup Pictures (Optional)

      December 20, 2022 Early Release

      December 21, 2022 -January 3, 2023 Christmas Break

      January 16, 2023- MLKJr. Day (No School)

      January 27, 2023- Professional Development for Teachers (No School)

      February 13, 2023 Optional Planning for Teachers (No School)

      February 14, 2023 Valentine's Day Party

      February 24, 2023 Professional Development for Teachers (No School)

      March 17, 2023 Optional Planning for Teachers (No School)

      March 27, 2023 Professional Development for Teachers (No School)

      April 7-14, 2023 Easter Break

      May 29, 2023 Memorial Day (No School)

      June 2, 2023 Last Day of School


      In order to have perfect attendance, students can only have two tardies.  If they have three or more, they are not eligible for perfect attendance.